BUDGET APPROVED 2021
Thank you to Sandy Redman and the budget committee for
your work on the budget.
A Budget Ratification meeting was held September 30, 2020
and the FY2021 Budget as approved by the Board was
ratified. Homeowners will receive notification of their
individual increase from LCM and the rate increase will start
November 1, 2020. The average increase is 4%. The
committee and BOD worked to keep the assessment increase
to a minimum while ensuring the property and community
could operate as required.
New Residents: Welcome to the community. Complete
your Resident Information Packet to obtain access to
amenity keys and important resident information
(including Rules & Regulations). Important HOA news
can be found on the website:
Stay Connected – to be added to the email distribution
list please send an email from the account you wish to
subscribe with to firstname.lastname@example.org with
the subject line “Subscribe Me to Mailing List”.
SAFETY REMINDER: Homeowners are responsible for
cleaning their dryer vents and chimney. This helps to prevent
fires and keeps your utility bills lower too.
MAIL ROOM – remember to pick-up your mail
daily. Did you know? it is against the law to be in the mailroom while the postal service is delivering the mail.
HIDDEN HOME FIRE HAZARDS
On average, more than 300,000 house fires occur each year in
the U.S. — and most of them are preventable. Make sure to
check your smoke alarms and familiarize yourself with the fire
hazards around your home — especially these surprising ones:
Dust bunnies: If dust collects near electrical sockets and floor
heaters, just one spark can cause a fire. Sweep or vacuum your
floors regularly to prevent buildup. Pay close attention to
hard-to-reach areas, such as behind doors or around
Clothes dryers: Cleaning the lint trap should be part of your
regular laundry routine. Left untouched, lint can build up in
your dryer duct with every load of laundry. Have a
professional inspect and clean your dryer at least once a year
to help eliminate a fire hazard.
Glassware: When sunlight passes through some kinds of
glassware, the concentrated ray can ignite flammable materials
such as stacks of papers. Play it safe by moving all glass
accessories, including vases, away from windows.
Loose batteries: Nine-volt batteries, which power smoke
detectors, are designed with both posts on the top. Bits of
metal, including other batteries and loose change, can create a
bridge between the posts that causes a heat-creating charge.
To prevent this, keep unused batteries in their original
packaging and cover the posts of expired batteries with black
electrical tape before properly disposing of them.
For updates and a spectrum of well-being support, explore the
CDC (Centers for Disease Control) Healthy Living resource
MAINTENANCE ISSUES: Canyon Club counts on our
residents to help keep us informed of issues in our
You are our eyes and ears. If you have concerns, questions or
suggestions for maintenance please communicate them
through the HOA office by sending an email to
email@example.com. Maintenance emergencies
must be called into the maintenance emergency line at 720-
What Maintenance is doing:
Front entrance update
Repair and replace retaining walls
Repair and replace fencing
Preparation for roofing replacement
Daily property rounds
Winter is upon us. The pool has been winterized and covered
for the season, Ice melt buckets have been placed around the
property, and drain buckets set out to help control ice during
snowmelt, please use sparingly a little goes a long way.
Please use caution when accessing stairs and sidewalks.
Remember, areas can be wet, or ice covered. Please follow all
winter storm parking guidelines so we can keep the roadways
Winter snowstorm parking procedures:
During winter snowstorms please allow a 12” clearance
between vehicles and curb for snowplow access, and to
minimize possible damage to your vehicle from snow removal
Storms are not an excuse to park in the “No Parking” areas or
yellow marked streets, curbs or fire lanes.
PET WASTE IS YOUR RESPONSIBILITY:
Pick-up after your pets or incur a fine. PICK IT UP! –
Have you noticed all the PINK flags around the property?
Those mark the areas where residents did not pick-up
their pet’s waste. If you see someone leaving waste behind
– ALERT the office, describe the pet, owner or both.
FEEDING WILDLIFE is AGAINST the rules. This activity
is dangerous to the health of the residents and pets of the
Canyon Club community, and costly if we have to deal with
pest infestation or removal. We actively monitor the property
to ensure that everyone adheres to community policy. Violations may include fines as well as the costs associated with remediating the hazard created by any violation.
Rules & Regulations: available on
the website or from the office – it is your
responsibility to know and follow these
rules & regulations. “I did not know” is not
Attend the HOA meetings to hear about all
community topics and projects.
BUDGET QUESTIONS – Your monthly
assessment (Dues) are used for all community
issues including but not limited to:
General Maintenance/Sewer/ Pest
Pool/Hot Tub/Fitness Center
Game room & Game spot
Landscape /Snow Removal/ Mowing
Concrete and Asphalt
Gas, electric, water, sewage, storm
drains, recycle & trash
Accounting and Legal
Insurance/ Office / Employee
Timely payments keep our community projects
and expenses on track.
RECYCLE your waste, save the planet and
help keep costs lower. please remember
trash cannot go into the recycle bins. If
trash is put in these bins it contaminates
the recycle material and then it all must go
to the trash.
Large item pick-up is $15 per item and must
be called into the office and payment made
before items will be collected.